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Teaching with Digital Video: Watch, Analyze, Create
     

Teaching with Digital Video: Watch, Analyze, Create

by Glen L. Bull
 

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Teaching with Digital Video approaches digital video use by subject, showing educators how to effectively use digital video in four core curriculum areas: science, social studies, English language arts, and math. After explaining the unique advantages of digital video for each subject, the authors provide sample activities that can be used in the classroom. To

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Teaching with Digital Video approaches digital video use by subject, showing educators how to effectively use digital video in four core curriculum areas: science, social studies, English language arts, and math. After explaining the unique advantages of digital video for each subject, the authors provide sample activities that can be used in the classroom. To aid implementation, each activity is presented in three parts: the content, aligned with standards including the NETS•S; the technology, which provides tips for using digital video; and the pedagogy, with instructional strategies that take advantage of video's unique capabilities. In addition, the authors cover the tools and techniques needed to acquire, create, and communicate with digital video.

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VOYA - Jeff Mann
The International Society for Technology in Education has put together a professional text to assist teachers with using video to enhance and support student learning. In the first of two sections, the editors supply three sample lessons using video for each of the core subject areas (math, English/language arts, science, and social studies). The lessons are clear, the objectives are spelled out, and the role of video is fully explained in all examples. The authors make it clear that student learning should be the primary objective. The second section covers digital video technology. It also describes specific ways to acquire, create, and communicate with digital video. Many websites are listed, various programs are described, and social media is briefly discussed to create a brief, but informative, overview of what can be accomplished using digital video in the classroom. While the text can be dry reading at times, the individual authors of each section have teachers in mind as each clearly explains, not only the possibilities, but some pitfalls, of using video in the classroom. The focused sample lessons are for middle or high school classes, and both the content and the technology standards are provided. Both technologically-savvy teachers and those new to using video are likely to find something in this text to spark their creativity. Reviewer: Jeff Mann

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781564842664
Publisher:
International Society for Tech in Ed.
Publication date:
07/15/2010
Pages:
150
Product dimensions:
8.40(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Glen L. Bull is the co-director of the Center for Technology and Teacher Education and a professor at the University of Virginia. He is a founding member and past president of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education and in 2000 received the society's Willis Award for Outstanding Lifetime Achievement in Technology and Teacher Education. Bull is co-editor of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education and co-edited Teaching with Digital Images (ISTE, 2005). He also writes the 'Connected Classroom' column for Learning & Leading with Technology.

Lynn Bell works with the Center for Technology and Teacher Education at the University of Virginia. Bell is the co-editor of the online journal Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education and has served as the technical editor for School Science and Mathematics. She is also the co-editor of two books, Framing Research on Technology and Student Learning in the Content Areas (Information Age Press, 2008) andTeaching with Digital Images (ISTE, 2005).

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